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Options June 29, 2017: Martin Popoff on Peer Pressure today

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Artist Track Comments Approx. start time
Mirror  Madness and Magik   Options   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
ABC Diabolo  Ephemeral   Options   0:08:02 (Pop‑up)
Nurse  Foreign Object   Options   0:11:20 (Pop‑up)
Norska  Fire Patience Backbone   Options   0:14:37 (Pop‑up)
Portal  Larvae   Options   0:22:49 (Pop‑up)
Voivod  Voivod   Options   0:27:09 (Pop‑up)
Foreseen  Chemical Heritage   Options   0:31:31 (Pop‑up)
Martin Popoff's set #1
Johnny Burnette & The Rock 'n Roll Trio  Train Kept A Rollin'   Options   0:39:29 (Pop‑up)
Jimi Hendrix Experience  Stone Free   Options   0:41:18 (Pop‑up)
Black Sabbath  Black Sabbath   Options   0:44:57 (Pop‑up)
Deep Purple  Hard Lovin' Man   Options   0:50:58 (Pop‑up)
Interview with Martin Popoff      0:59:50 (Pop‑up)
Martin Popoff's Set #2 (part 1)
Motörhead  Overkill   Options   1:26:36 (Pop‑up)
Venom  Live Like An Angel (Die Like A Devil)   Options   1:31:40 (Pop‑up)
Interview with Martin Popoff      1:35:37 (Pop‑up)
Martin Popoff's Set #2 (part 2)
Accept  Breaker   Options   1:57:23 (Pop‑up)
Anvil  666   Options   2:00:26 (Pop‑up)
Metallica  Hit the Lights   Options   2:04:55 (Pop‑up)
Interview with Martin Popoff      2:09:58 (Pop‑up)
Circle  Terminal   Options   2:39:11 (Pop‑up)
Raspberry Bulbs  Groping the Angel's Face   Options   2:45:47 (Pop‑up)
Death Angel  Breakaway   Options   2:49:14 (Pop‑up)
Skemata  Project Paperclip   Options   2:53:09 (Pop‑up)
Orange Goblin  Mythical Knives   Options   2:55:23 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

Avatar 12:08pm smilodoncub:

Avatar 12:10pm V Priceless:

Yo Diane!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:11pm tom from Glasgow:

really enjoying having this show on at this time. just the bracing hot metal injection my early evening needs
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:13pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Aye, radio set to stun.
Avatar 12:13pm Luna:

Avatar 12:28pm Luna:

Avatar 12:29pm PKNY:

  12:32pm zak:

Voivod, Paris, 1987, best thing ever

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:39pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Voivod! !! !!!
Avatar 12:42pm Luna:

Avatar 12:51pm V Priceless:

Bill Ward has a bunch of his vintage drum gear for sale up at Reverb - he's got a set of 5 or 6 ancient Zildjians that he used on the first 3 Sabbath albums - $ 30K! Gotta love Bill!
Avatar 12:53pm Diane Kamikaze:

Yes I saw that VP! Hey all! So Martin Popoff is coming on the air with me at 1pm! Right now we are hearing his first Peer Pressure set, not sure how long he can stay on the line. We will be primarily talking about "WHO INVENTED HEAVY METAL" and "CAUGHT IN A MOSH -THE GOLDEN AGE OF THRASH" and I'll definitely get him talking about the Voivod book as well! Any questions, please post!!
  1:07pm Johny:

Blue cheer invented heavy metal!
  1:10pm miles:

I have often wondered if Lost Girl by the Troggs isn't the first heavy song. Also there's a song by the yardbirds that Ozzy basically stole his sound from. 1965!
  1:11pm miles:

  1:12pm Tom Sawyer:

Black Sabbath invented Heavy Metal
Avatar 1:15pm Chris from DC:

Looking forward to the thrash discussion. Favorite non "big 4" band?
  1:16pm Tom Sawyer:

Regarding the Voivod book -When writing the text, did you have the specific art you are talking about in front of you guys?
  1:21pm miles:

Has the proto metal template question been addressed ? I'd like to hear his thoughts on this Kinks Troggs Yardbirds dynamic
Avatar 1:22pm V Priceless:

Interesting coincidence that both the first Sabbath album & fellow Birmingham band The Move's 'Shazam' were both released in Feb. '70...heavy rock has some deep roots in Birmingham, UK, no doubt....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:26pm Ken From Hyde Park:

How amazing is it that the unfortunate accident that took Tony Iommi's fingertips led to the way he changed his guitar and all that that followed. Also amazing that Ozzie is still with us after all he's been through.
Avatar 1:27pm V Priceless:

hey that BOC 'Mirrors' album artwork by the very cool Loren Salazar (that's not a photo)!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:28pm Michael 98145:

educate !
Avatar 1:28pm MenfussMike:

Wouldn't it be ironic if Martin is related to Peter Popoff
  1:33pm Tom Sawyer:

any plans for a German Thrash book? How about a DEATH book.
  1:33pm Miles:

Ever Since The World Began by the Yardbirds is the song that sounds almost exactly like Ozzy. It mentions Satan & then degrades into some kind of skiffle goofiness . Please please ask him about this song
Avatar 1:33pm Cecile:

I missed some great stuff.

IMO, Heavy Metal started with Link Wray.
Avatar 1:34pm Cecile:

Martin Popoff, I am such a huge fan of yours.
Are you still a big fan of those first Saints albums? You are one of the few metal critics that gets their genius.
Avatar 1:36pm Cecile:

Also, which Big 4 metal band do you currently want to hit on the head with a cinder block?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:38pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Question: Who invented the phrase "in my pants"? Well, not a serious question.
Avatar 1:38pm PKNY:

Since I only live a few miles away from Union Catholic: where did Martin get the flyer on the cover of his "Let Doom Loose" Sabbath book? I find it so crazy that Sabbath played a Catholic HS gym in 1971.
Avatar 1:40pm Cecile:

Martin's metal record guides for the 70s, 80s and 90s and overall are great. I highly recommend them.
Avatar 1:42pm Cecile:

I invented the phrase in my pants.
Avatar 1:42pm Cecile:

Avatar 1:42pm Cecile:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:45pm Michael 98145:

( @Cecile, you just made me smile :)
Avatar 1:46pm Cecile:

Peace Sells is a classic.
Avatar 1:47pm Cecile:

You are correct about Slayer.
  1:47pm Tom Sawyer:

this is a great interview....
Avatar 1:49pm Cecile:

*cough* *mastodon* *cough*
  1:49pm Tim in VT:

How does Rammstein fit within a mostly Anglo genre?
Avatar 1:50pm Chris from DC:

Good call on Overkill.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:50pm Michael 98145:

- thrash poetics -
  1:50pm Tim in VT:

Not within thrash...
Up against sabbath, priest et al
Avatar 1:50pm Cecile:

I like that you like the John Bush Anthrax years, Martin.
Avatar 1:51pm Cecile:

Favorite Canadian band?
Avatar 1:52pm Cecile:

Pat DiNunzio!
Avatar 1:53pm PKNY:

Yup, I've read that Pat from the Smithereens saw Sabbath at UC.

@Diane - Scotch Plains, I think Pat is from Woodbridge.
Avatar 1:53pm PKNY:

And thanks for asking my question on-air!
Avatar 1:53pm dfb:

max webster is great
Avatar 1:53pm Cecile:

I do! We were from Upper Michigan. They played Marquette a lot.
Fight the Good Fight!
Avatar 1:54pm V Priceless:

those are Pat's pix!! Scotch Plains
  1:55pm Miles:

"Ever Since The World Began" ? Yardbirds?
  1:56pm Tom Sawyer:

He is a big Thin Lizzy fan too.
Avatar 1:56pm Cecile:

that he is, Tom!
Avatar 1:58pm Cecile:

Avatar 1:59pm PKNY:

Never heard this Accept tune before. That main riff reminds me of a thrashed-up take on Rainbow's "A Light in the Black".
  2:00pm howard in nyc:

Wow, I know one of the Max Webster guys, have to email him about this interview. I like their music
Avatar 2:01pm MenfussMike:

Those first few ACCEPT albums are pretty essential
Avatar 2:02pm Chris from DC:

Avatar 2:08pm Cecile:

Metallica still bring it live.
Avatar 2:10pm Jim Dandy in Maine:

With your expansive taste in music, is there a genre or particular band that you would abso-effin-lutely never listen to, or write about no matter what they paid you?
  2:17pm Dean:

I remember hearing Kill 'Em All for the first time. It was on a very fine stereo system in a high-end audio equipment dealer's listening room. Probably late '83, early '84.
Avatar 2:23pm V Priceless:

Alice = nicest guy in showbiz
Avatar 2:29pm Cecile:

Kiss Alive is great.
  2:29pm Tom Sawyer:

  2:29pm Marc15:

"Live Baby Live" by INXS
Avatar 2:30pm V Priceless:

wasn't it revealed that KISS did overdubs on that??
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:33pm Michael 98145:

[ i find the older i get the more my interests expand ... ]
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:34pm Michael 98145:

[ that's why WFMU is so great ]
Avatar 2:35pm Cecile:

I get more extreme in my music tastes. I want stuff to hit me right away whether it be pop, metal, rock or jazz
Avatar 2:36pm Cecile:

Come back, Martin!
Avatar 2:38pm Cecile:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:38pm Michael 98145:

thanks !
Avatar 2:39pm V Priceless:

fab interview, DK - thanx
  2:50pm Dean:

I got a feeling that most of those '70s and '80s double-live records saw overdubbing.
Avatar 2:51pm Luna:

Cavestany Metal!!!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:52pm Tome:

< --- also like the Dark Angel yeaHH !
  2:53pm acidtripadvisor:

Amazing interview! So much knowledge. Thanks DK!
  2:58pm curlee59:

Avatar 3:01pm V Priceless:

cheers Diane - have a safe & fun 4th!
Avatar 3:58pm MenfussMike:

@v priceless, all but the drums were overdubbed on KISS Alive! Still a fine album
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